Stricker struggles on Open day two to finish at three-over for the tournament
TURNBERRY, Scotland (AP) -- Tom Watson had another magical day at the British Open.
Tiger Woods appears to be going home before the weekend.
Watson bounced back from a dismal start, rolling in two impossibly long putts to share the 36-hole lead with little-known American Steve Marino. Watson played the final 10 holes in 4 under for an even-par 70 after an opening 65.
Marino shot 68, and the two will start Saturday in the final group at 5-under 135.
Woods needs a miraculous comeback just to make the cut. Two double bogeys on the back side pushed him to 6 over for the day, 7 over for the tournament and three strokes off the likely cut line with four holes left.
Woods has missed only one cut in a major during his professional career: the 2006 U.S. Open that followed the death of his father.
(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
Can't Find Something?
1908 Grand Avenue, Wausau, WI 54403
News Tips: firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-842-9293